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By Savannah Koplon
Trick-or-treating is at the core of Halloween fun. As the holiday approaches, parents and children are concerned about what COVID-19 means to a traditional trick-or-treating experience and other related fun, fall activities.
Does COVID-19 mean no Halloween for kids this year? Is a safe, yet fun Halloween possible?
This Halloween may be different because of limited activities due to the novel coronavirus pandemic; but a joyful holiday is still possible, say experts from the Centers of Disease Control and Prevention and University of Alabama at Birmingham.
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